The Markets been buzzing about HP’s latest Elitebook which is due to come out this year in March it’s the HP ELITEBOOK REVOLVE. It’s the ninth generation of convertible tablets put out by HP.
At 11.6 inches and 22mm thin, weighing 1.36 kg’s it sounds like a winner with an amazing swivel hinge that allows it to become both a laptop and a tablet. It’s 30% thinner than its predecessor and is windows 8 capable so it has a pen with it to make the touch functions easy especially when you’re to sign business documents or take notes. The 1366×768 pixel display comes with a protected sheet of Corning Gorilla Glass and is powered by Intels own Ivy Bridge CPU which means it’s battery life will challenge that of the ultrabooks twice its size.. As you’ve guessed it’s a sleek looking business laptop which is a ThinkPad Twist look-alike differing in its pristine magnesium finish with a silk soft finish which is SO soft to the touch.
The ports at the back are also conducive to business use although once you hold it, you might fancy it for personal use. It’s got Ethernet and side docking connector truly meant for business and 2 USB ports. The battery can be changed and it has a lot of security in it with the hp bios. It has a lot of software built in for manageability, supporting LAN desk management software.
The swivel design has been perfected so that it swivels one way and is much more longlasting because of it as it lends it more stability and longer wear.
The specifications include a 256GB SSD, a pair of 3.0 USB Ports, 12GB RAM and is said to have an estimated battery life of more than 8 hours .
Since HP will be offering both Windows 7 pro and Windows 8 pro, it will give the companies the option of not using the latest Microsoft OS.
The Price by looking at the design will not be on the cheaper side but we desperately await the HP ELITE BOOK REVOLVE to hit the market so thorough reviews can be made.